Adrienne Darnell is an award-winning photographer, producer, and creative based in Brooklyn, New York.
Inspired by her late grandfather, Adrienne began her career as a film photographer with a distinct approach to visual storytelling utilizing alternative methods. Current day, she still spends her free time hand soaking, dying, and shooting 35mm film. Her work has been featured in numerous online and print publications within the US and internationally.
In her professional life, Adrienne quickly fell into advertising after moving to New York at 22, landing her first job as an assistant at Ogilvy & Mather and eventually moving on to hold roles at Saatchi and Deutsch NY. Over the years she evolved in this environment and has done everything from producing to creative directing projects. With this Adrienne has cultivated a network of creatives and colleagues that are ingrained in the art and advertising communities, enabling her to blend the two worlds to create award winning work for her clients.
Currently a Senior Producer at 360i, Adrienne has found success by being extremely passionate about her work, where she leans into her personal style and aesthetic, ultimately pushing the boundaries of what we see as traditional advertising.
Among her awards and recognitions, she is most proud of winning a D&AD Yellow Pencil for Absolut Vodka, several Cannes Lions for HBO’s Create for the Throne campaign, and most recently being featured in a short documentary on PBS about creatives from the south.